Blossom Toes: We Are Ever So Clean (1967)
Opener "Look At Me I'm You" is as fine a representative of the era as any, the usual bag of tricks (strange sounding guitars, headphone-friendly stereo sonics) heightened by a piercing sense of strangeness. Tracks like the superb "I'll Be Late For Tea" are densely-packed and baroque, full-on Sgt. Pepper musical adventurism, while they push the trippy whimsy to the max in tunes like "The Remarkable Saga of the Frozen Dog," every bit as hopelessly nuts as the title would suggest.
The band only stuck around for one more album, 1969's If Only For A Moment, which, like a lot of their peers, saw them moving into the harder-rocking territory of Cream with strains of early prog; less goofball fun than the debut, but not a bad record at all.
Here's an audio rip of "Look At Me I'm You":